Editor’s note: Here Nick Shackleton-Jones sets 24 principles for learning design based on his book How People Learn. His thesis revolves around the role of affective context and how that shapes our behaviour and what we learn.
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Editor’s note: Mirjam Neelen, author of Evidence-Informed Learning Design, sets out the reasons for putting evidence at the heart of your learning strategy. She shows what she calls the ‘fake way’ of learning and the evidence-based approach to learning design.
Editor’s note: Here are some simple tips on the types of data you can collect from employees’ online activities. Working with this data, you can design learning interventions suited to the habits and routines of your audience.
Editor’s note: This pithy article makes a great point around learning objectives and business objectives and around knowing versus doing. What are you designing training for?
Editor’s note: This article uses the book Ten Steps to Complex Learning as its reference and discusses how learning should be designed for complex tasks.
Editor’s note: There’s no such thing as learning content? Agree? provocative stuff from Nick Shackleton-Jones.
Editor’s note: Nick Shackleton-Jones, formerly of BP and now at PA Consulting, presents three short videos on how learning is changing. Highly recommended.
Editor’s note: This approach to learning looks fascinating. I like the idea of enabling discussion to help knowledge transfer in organisations vs independent consumption of content for learning.
Editor’s note: A really great session from Dr Chris Atherton on how humans process information and how to design this into learning experiences.
Editor’s note: Fresh from his recent elearning Network talk, Craig Taylor shares his thinking on designing learning interactions.